As an attempt to quickly give an overview to newbie of Camunda. Still have concern on Development subtopic: Cluster and Standalone, as to how are they categorized/ grouped? Pls shed light, thanks
Hey @h.bac09 and welcome to the Camunda Forum!
Cool mindmap you have created there!
Below you can find some suggested edits:
- Process > Process types: You are mentioning the embedded, shared and remote process engine here. These are rather different ways to integrate the process engine than about the BPMN process itself.
- Components: If you rely on the C7 enterprise edition there is also Optimize to take into account.
- Deployment: If you want to learn more about what Cluster deployment means and how this differs I recommend taking a look here: https://page.camunda.com/camunda-platform-reference-architecture-datasheet The PDF file is pretty accurate.
To sum it up: The cluster model refers to a high availability architecture. You do have multiple process engines up and running which connect to a shared database to make sure everything is consistent. A standalone process engine is more or less the remote one.
Hopefully that helped you already. Let me know if anything is unclear for you!
Thanks very much @Hafflgav
Your points are all sensible and will be brought to the updated diagram when time allowed
Again, thanks indeed for your helpful comments